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Lesson 2: Configuring and Using AD LDS
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9. Once again, you can click More Attributes to assign more values to this new object. 10. Click Finish to create the user. 11. Now add the user to the group. Locate the group in the details pane, and right-click it to select Properties. 12. In the Properties dialog box, locate the member property, and then click Edit. 13. In the Multi-Valued Distinguished Name With Security Principal Editor dialog box, click Add DN. 14. In the Add Distinguished Name dialog box, type the distinguished name of the user you created. For example, type cn=John Kane,cn=Instance01,dc=contoso,dc=com. Click OK. The user is now listed in the members list. 15. Click OK to complete the operation. If you view the properties of the group again, you will see that your user has been added to the group. It is quite cumbersome to add users and groups to an instance in this manner, but you can use it for single modifications. Ideally, you will create user and group lists and then use either CSVDE.exe or LDIFDE.exe to add them in batches. Refer to 3 to review the automation of user creation and to 4, Groups, to review the automation of group creation for more information.
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Similarly, the LDP.exe console enables you to view and edit instance contents. As with the ADSI Edit tool, you must connect and then bind to the instance you need to work with. Remember that you must be administrator of the instance to perform administrative operations on it. Use the following procedure: 1. Launch LDP.exe from the command line or from Server Manager under the Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service, Advanced Tools section. 2. Click Connection from the Connect menu. 3. Type the name of the server you want to connect to and the port number to use. Select SSL if you are using a Secure LDAP port. Click OK. 4. Click Bind from the Connect menu. 5. If your account has the required permissions, select Bind As Currently Logged On User. If not, select Bind With Credentials, and type the appropriate credentials. Click OK. 6. Click Tree from the View menu. This will fill the tree pane. 7. In the BaseDN dialog box, click the down arrow to view the list of distinguished names, and select the name of your instance. Click OK. From this point, you can use the tree pane to identify where you want to work inside the instance. Explore the various menus to see which operations you can perform with LDP.exe, and then close LDP.exe.
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For more information on using LDP .exe with AD LDS instances, see http://technet2.microsoft.com/ windowsserver2008/en/library/141900a7-445c-4bd3-9ce3-5ff53d70d10a1033.mspx.
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You can also use the Active Directory Schema snap-in to create custom consoles to manage AD LDS instance schemas. Remember that to use this snap-in, you must first register it on the server. Use the following command in an elevated command prompt:
regsvr32 schmmgmt.dll
You re now ready to load the Schema snap-in and view the schema of your instances. Remember to use administrative credentials for the instance. 1. Click Start, and then type mmc in the Search box. Press Enter. 2. In the empty MMC, click Add/Remove Snap-in from the File menu. 3. Locate the Active Directory Schema snap-in in the Available Snap-ins list, click Add, and then click OK. 4. Save the console with an appropriate name. Make sure you save it in an appropriate location. 5. The Schema snap-in binds to the Active Directory Domain Services directory by default. To bind to an AD LDS instance, right-click Active Directory Schema in the tree pane, and select Change Active Directory Domain Controller. 6. In the Change Directory Server dialog box, select This Domain Controller Or AD LDS Instance, click <Type A Directory Server Name[:Port] Here>, type the server name with the port number separated by a colon, and then press Enter. Click OK. 7. In the warning dialog box, click Yes to change servers. You can now view the schema for this instance. Save this console again to save these settings. Note the similarities between the schema of an AD LDS instance and the one for an AD DS directory.
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